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-hour -- as french troops to engage with rebels on the ground in mali, germany supplies transport for the mission. >> u.s. president barack obama unveils a draft for sweeping gun proposals to set the stage for the battleground with firearm activists. >> a helicopter crashes in central london in heavy fog. >> the conflict in mali has seen a dramatic escalation with french troops now involved in heavy fighting with islamist rebels. international support for the intervention is growing with germany providing two military transport planes. >> the fighting threatens to spill over to other countries with islamists in algeria taking western hostages in response to the french deployments. we will have more on that later in the show, but first, the latest from mali. >> french armored vehicles headed north to the front line after setting out from the capital. another convoy had left tuesday from a town close to the offenses target, which fell into rebel hands two days ago. french and malian troops have to retake the city as soon as they can. military chiefs have pledged 3300 soldiers to fight the rebels. g
that church authorities are willing to accept. in germany, for instance, representatives of the catholic and protestant churches have officially recommended not to turn churches into mosques. one village in france has discovered that this can certainly be a delicate issue. >> there's a small catholic community in the heart of france that has too little money and too many churches. the church of the holy virgin is located in historic town center. a few hundred meters away stands the church of st. john the baptist. a few blocks away, we find st. john's a listing where there has been no resident church for ages. and then there's the church of saint aloysius. >> we have six churches here in all, but the number of residents as gone from 35,000 to 27,000, and the number of practicing catholics has sharply declined in the last three decades. this church was consecrated in 1955, but we do not need it anymore, so we want to sell it. >> they found a prospective buyer right away -- the local muslim community needed a place to worship. they have plenty of members. right now, they pray in a 1- family
is an election year in germany. angela merkel is riding high in the polls with her first coalition partners -- her first coalition partners could lose their place in the partner and -- in the parliament this year. and to the social democrat challenger composite failed to connect with the countries are far. -- the social democratic challenger has failed to connect with the country so far. >> angela merkel attended an event with a group of children dressed up as the three kings. she can afford to relax. she has great popularity with the voters there. >> we want a good government to continue in this wonderful state. that is only possible with david kowt -- david mcallister as premier. >> the social democrat needs a good result to boost his campaign. his reason, that the chancellor's wages are too low has gone down well with the voters, but has told the state and he can do better. >> i'm going to do things a little differently than usual. sometimes i'm too long winded and boring. and sometimes my comments need explanation. >> and then there is the fdp and its leader. there's a lot riding on the
missiles. earlier, the missile batteries were loaded onto ships. this would be the first time germany has deployed its patriot missiles for anything other than training exercises. >> we have received orders to get the systems operational and respond to any situations as they arise. >> there will be stationed about 500 kilometers north of the syrian border. they can arrive within seconds of an enemy rocket. turkey has been on high alert along its border since a number of deadly incidents late last year. that is what prompted nato to act. the netherlands, germany, and the u.s. are each sending two patriot batteries and hundreds of support personnel. nato has given repeated assurances that the missile systems are being used for defense of systems only. member for some analysis, we're joined now in the studio by our middle east expert. why would syria even think about attacking turkey? damascus would certainly have more loose to gain -- more to lose than to gain by attacking a nato ally. >> absolutely. i do not think the regime is considering attacking turkey. that would be suicide. it is one
dw in berlin. >> here's what's coming up in the next hour. click germany and france pledging a deeper union as they celebrate 50 years of friendship. >> israel going to the polls expecting to see benjamin netanyahu reelected. what's interesting a contentious talks on financial transactions. -- instituting a tax on financial transactions. >> we start with a celebration of a key strategic alliance between europe's two great economies, france and germany. they have been friends for 50 years. >> after centuries of conflict, they culminated in two world wars. speaking at a news conference in berlin, german chancellor angela merkel and french president francois hollande talking about that. >> they promised to unveil proposals in the coming months and it is a big step forward dr. became to power pledging to reverse the plans that merkel had championed. >> it is the first time these bundestag has had a full parliament from another country here. the french president, hollande, recalled the original spirit leading to the historic relationship. >> young people are not only our future but also th
fighters. fight for germany with freedom, the free democrats of germany. we are not just called the free democrats, we are the free democrats. free and independent and holding our heads up high. >> despite their rhetoric, the free democrats know their position is vulnerable today are fighting to stay in state parliament -- is vulnerable. they are fighting to stay in state parliament. >> fears are growing for around 100 missing people after fires in tasmania. firefighters have been battling blazes since friday. dozens of houses have been lost in dunalley, the town hit hardest. extreme heat triggered the fires. while temperatures have cooled off, fire chiefs are warning of more extreme hot weather this week. there have been more riots in the northern irish capital of belfast. police arrested one man on suspicion of attempted murder after shots were fired at officers. last week, a peaceful rally came -- became violent when please came under attack -- when police came under attack. there was a decision by the belfast council to end the century-old tradition of flying the british flag from ci
with an election victory. >> did germany's education minister plagiarize her phd? her university launches an investigation. talk about putting a cap amongst the pigeons a day after german and french leaders pledged to deepen e u's economic and monetary union. the british prime minister has signaled his country could want out. >> in a very -- delayed speech, david cameron said he wants to renegotiate the terms of britain's membership and the referendum, but not until the end of 2017. >> that has rattled london's biggest allies and some investors. more uncertainty and possible of people are not what they have been wishing for. >> kamen said he'd campaigned for es you vote, saying he had won the decisions he had -- the concessions he had campaigned on. >> the move had long been anticipated at home and across the european union. david cameron laid out his vision of britain's future. it is one that involves major changes and giving the british public a say in what happens. >> when that referendum comes, let me say now that if we can negotiate such an arrangement, i will campaign for it with al
to have boosted investor confidence. well, here in germany, consumers are becoming increasingly confident about the future, and as a result, they are spending more money. most importantly, they are spending on big-ticket items and long-term investments like real estate. the record rise in consumer sentiment came after three straight months of decline. >> the latest survey, expectations of higher incomes and declining worries. domestic consumption has been playing a central role. >> germany's traditional -- traditionally known as a nation of savers, but right now, people love to spend. the labor market is robust, financial markets stable, and many consumers feel it is the right time to make big purchases like a new home. that is according to the latest survey of consumer analyst, gfk. respondents have given the overall economic outlook a big thumbs up. >> expectations for the economy have risen in four of the last five months. it looks like we've reached a turning point. it is safe to assume this trend will remain stable in the future. >> many german workers are expecting their pay to incr
on spain, which could help soften the austerity measures apparently crippling the country. >> germany may be about to drop its objections to bailing out cyprus. despite misgivings about reports of money laundering by the island's thanks. >> a number of politicians in germany have accused separate banks of holding significant illegal deposits with russian money, something they deny. they had threatened to refuse to finalize a bailout unless the country clean up -- clint of its act, but berlin is reported to have relented after pressure from other eurozone countries. cyprus needs about 17.5 billion euros to keep afloat. >> onto wednesday's market action now, and european shares dropped later in the session, reaction to weak economic data out of the united states. our correspondents and as the summary from the frankfurt stock exchange. -- our correspondent sent us this summary from the frankfurt stock exchange. >> the people here are convinced that the euro sovereign debt crisis is slowly getting better, that the worst may be over, so the news from spain did not really put a lot of pressure
across germany. it is no panacea. it is the minimum that people can get by on. >> the labor federation is concerned about europe's debt crisis. it is calling for too much as 50 million euros in investment paid for by a tax on the wealthy. >> it would be an affordable contribution that would greatly help the people of europe. >> the unions know that the left of central liberal democrats support the plan. other parties will be hard to convince. >> in a moment, we will look back at the shipwreck a year ago. first, a look at headlines across the world. the berlin mayor has survived and a -- a vote of no- confidence. he has agreed to step down as head of the supervisory board. the greek parliament has approved tax hikes led to bring in an extra 2.5 billion year rose in the next 8 years. there is a new -- 2.5 billion euros in the next two years. clashes in the northern ireland capital of belfast continue. rocks and bombs were thrown at police who responded with water canyons -- water cannons. the process were against limiting the days been british flag flies outside city hall. there were mor
african forces. >> germany has also offered transport aircraft. the eu is sending military trainers, but time is of the essence if the west is to prevent it from falling into the hands of the radical jihad is. >> on to business news now, the german economy contracted in the final quarter of last year as the eurozone crisis took its toll, but europe's biggest economy still managed to post modest growth of 0.7%. >> that may not sound like much, but it is more than you expect from most eurozone economies. >> the eurozone crisis has not been able to dampen the mood among eurozone consumers. they are still hitting shops and helping the economy grow modestly. >> despite big increases in the cost of energy, raw materials, and oil, private consumption is up. that is the first reason. the second is that the german economy remained competitive last year despite a weaker environment, and that has given exports a boost. >> exports are the backbone of the german economy. they continued to grow last year, albeit at a slower rate. companies are proceeding with caution. they are cutting investment
. >> germany's catholic church halts its investigation into child abuse by priests. >> and is this the next big technology breakthrough? 3-d printers this cult objects. -- that sculpt objects. >> venezuelas supreme court has upheld the indefinite delay of president hugo chavez's swearing in for a new term and said his present administration can continue operating. they made the statement amid a fierce debate between the government and opposition over weather the constitution requires the new president to be sworn in on thursday. >> until the new president can be sworn in, officials in the current administration will have the job of governing the country. the court ruled they could continue to fully exercise their functions under the principle of continuity of government. >> the supreme court announced the decision in an eagerly awaited tv broadcast. a constitutional row broke out after it became clear that the reelected president would be unable to attend. >> it is possible for the reelected president to take his oath of office before the supreme court at a date later than january 10, 2013. if
. even in germany, the economic powerhouse, about one out of five people fall into at least one of the you poverty categories tariff a report from the capital, berlin. >> poverty is a relative thing. in germany, it needs skimping on visits to the doctor and not being able to pay for heat in winter or for fresh food. that is why these people wait their turn in this church, where handouts of fruit and vegetables help them at least stay healthy in the cold weather. >> you can make ends meet, if you are careful. this is all a cashen of rationing yourself. you have to lower your expectations. >> this kind of poverty jars with the mental imagery we have of germany as a wealthy powerhouse economy in europe. but you have to break down the statistics a little bit to understand. for example, germany has an unemployment rate of under 6% but a poverty rate of around 16%. it means you can have a job and still be poor. there is no minimum wage in germany. though the current government is thinking of creating one ahead of next year's elections. around 7 million people in germany are working at
the fiscal health of e.u. member states and germany was one of the few nations who had been acting responsibly. >> they had a series of reforms in germany that held down wages very substantially relative to productivity and that made german goods cheaper, more competitive on the world markets. they were not doing that in greece and ireland and in portugal, and even in france and italy. >> 10 years ago, 12 years ago, the basket-case country of europe was germany. they went through reforms, they got back on their feet, their export machine was revved up and here they are top of the heap. >> the consequence of that is that germany is now this hyper-competitive economy with its manufacturing sector being helped enormously by what, from a german perspective, is an under-valued euro. of course, that same currency from a greek perspective is an over-valued euro and that's a huge problem. >> over-valued since greece had accumulated a mountain of debt. in 2009 alone, greece borrowed $300 billion euros, more than its entire gdp. >> the biggest borrowers would be greece, italy, spain, ireland
of the country's kurdish southwest. germany is still expected to grow this year, but only by 0.4%. that is leading to the central bank to bring back gold reserves stored in new york and paris since the cold war. >> germany has cut its forecast from october by more than half. anti-government's line is the worst will soon be over. -- if the government's line is the worst will soon be over. >> the forces for growth are intact. the labor market is robust. incomes are rising. price increases will stay moderate. germany is doing well. >> growth averaged 0.7% last year. the government says it will drop to 0.4% this year. that will be part of an upward swing as growth is forecast to go back up to 1.6% the following year. >> the return of growth could be good news for some of germany's neighbors, like france and the netherlands, who will be able to export more to the country, but it could be bad news for nations such as greece and spain gilead if the european central bank fears more german growth will lead to higher inflation, it could raise interest rates. >> higher interest rates impl
a week ago. germany is giving logistical support to the french military in the west african nation. two german military transfer aircraft left a base in mali and expected to land in the capital on saturday but will be based in neighboring senegal. they will be used to help transport west african troops to help quell the rebellion. >> the united nations' nuclear watchdog says it has again failed to reach a deal with iran in talks over the country's nuclear program. >> the announcement by the international atomic energy agency follows two days of intense negotiations with tehran. inspectors are trying to get access to a military site, which is allegedly used to test components for nuclear weapons. iran, though, denies that and underscores its right to nuclear research for civilian purposes. in -- another meeting is scheduled for february. >> all right, some business news now, and the chinese economy has beaten expectations for the final quarter of 2012 after nearly two years of relatively tepid performance by the world's second-largest economic power. gross domestic product rose by 7.9% a
this spring. >> it is election time in germany and the chancellor's competition's popularity plunges. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> hollande has announced the french troops have gone on an intervention in mali. this came a request for help out to the west african's country's president. >> they're continuing their drive southward. they already control two-thirds of the former french colony. >> they are on advance. they are now threatening to take this out as well. they are reported to have overrun the strategically important town in central mali. the army has so far been unable to recapture it. as the year grew that they could establish a safe haven for as long as the militants, there was growing pressure for assistance and now france has started military operations. >> french army forces gave their support this afternoon to units in mali to fight against terrorist elements. >> so far, the german government is holding back. >> a military solution alone will not solve the problem in mali. we must therefore intensify political efforts. >> in german
in germany but officials say the labor market is still proving to be robust. >> in the wake of the newton massacre, americans are buying more guns. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> in india, five men have been charged with the gang rape and murder of a woman. police are investigating if a sixth suspect is believed to be a minor. >> they are accused of beating and a gang raping a woman who later died in the hospital. the police have described the attack as well planned. it has sparked angry protests across the country. >> protesters observing another did candlelight vigils for the 23-year-old victim. the level of shot dead and an anchor is intense calling for them to face the death penalty. this woman says it should be a very severe punishments about all the men of india should be aware they will not treat women the way they treated her. the suspects including this man are accused of raping and torturing the victim for nearly one hour in a moving bus. according to testimony, the bus driver also attempted to run your rover. the sixth alleged attackers tho
mubarak. we will have a live report. >> and germany says it plans to buy its first killer drones. reaction in berlin. >> and the swiss architect awarded for his sense and sensibility with german castles. it was two years ago when the egyptians rose up in unity demanding an end to hosni mubarak's reign as president. today, mubarak is history, and egypt is a nation divided. m islamists hold power in the former president morsi, but some say his new constitution is just as unfair as the system and to replace. on friday, egyptians once again took to the streets. >> it was a day of protest, not a celebration. once again, tens of thousands of people gathered in cairo's tahrir square where two years ago they demonstrated against hosni mubarak. now they are demonstrating against the new president. the people want the downfall of the regime. the slogan of the arab spring is being chanted once again. this time they are telling morsi to go. >> our revolution continues. we will not allow one faction to monopolize power. we reject a muslim brotherhood state. we want a constitution that represents and pr
beginning with germany's involvement. >> german aircraft could soon be used to support french intervention in mali, providing mid-air refueling to french planes as they go to combat zones. the proposed increase in german military involvement has been welcomed by lawmakers from the governing coalition. >> it is about making more support available to our french partners. to help make sure that mali does not turn into a breeding ground for international terrorists. >> germany has already provided two military transport planes to help transport african union troops with a third ready if needed, but further help will require approval from parliament. the green party do not see it as a simple yes vote. >> the crucial thing about this military involvement is that it must lead to a political process because the military cannot solve the problem. >> parliament must also approve a planned eu training mission for the malian army. >> the way to ease the burden on france is to put african forces in a position to fulfil their responsibilities in northern mali. >> there's no plan for german combat troops
they are, but also in his previous 10 tarnation as u.s. ambassador to germany during the first half of the last decade in which there were a few interesting matters like iraq and so forth. senator coats obviously if you're interested in trans-atlantic relationships as a result of that experience is he's had. and his concerns to budgetary pressures and other pressures facing the united states and its role. senator, thanks a lot. i know it's not easy for you to get here and that's not either. i guess that they too began and a general way asking you, what is the concern? what's worrying you about the possible interaction between limited resources here, pressure to cut the budget and what that might do in terms of limiting u.s. role abroad? >> the consequences of a diminishing pool of resources available and all the fiscal pressures on the congress now in terms of the decisions they make and how to allocate on and the prospects for the future not looking on that. combined with i think it less and less engagement, knowledge of and participation by members of congress and global affairs,
, or spain. the levels of the public debt, their levels of public debt in 2008 workload than those of germany. they are state deficits ran a profit in contrast to germany, which was in deficit. and despite all this, ireland and spain found themselves in the same boat with greece. cutting of salaries, lowering consumption, rise in joblessness, immigration, depression. and why? the reason is that our countries are part of a poorly planned out fiscal currency union. a currency union that did two things. they took away the ability of our economies to absorb the shock in the event that we were to face a global oil regional crisis, and they managed to make the effect of the shock be much, much worse. why? because during the good old days our fiscal union led to giant influx of profits from countries experiencing profits the countries that had debt. these influxes caused bubbles, which in turn led to the formation of, lead to the impression of growth and progress. in spain the money that was coming from germany and elsewhere was borrowed from private investors. the price of homes grew. people had to
of flights canceled here in the uk. france and germany, too, with disruptions expected to continue for several days. >> yes. welcome to "worldwide exchange." ross westgate is away. he will be back later in the week from davos and along with plenty of other people and a lot of great guests. it's a three-hour program. the first three hours, i think the third you'll have to flip over to cnbc to catch. we will be heading out to washington as the capital prepares for the inauguration of president barack obama. but will he spend the next four years at the mercy of republicans? we'll explore that. plus, we'll assess if israel could be medicining for a right coalition as benjamin netanyahu says he is prepared to work with the naturalist home. and we'll take a look at travel chaos across the continent as snow and freezing conditions cause plenty of disruption in the air and on the road. now, germany's social democrats are celebrating a stunning victory in lower saxony secured with the victory of just one seat. support for angela merkel's christian democrats fell by 657 percentage points, bu
is down by 11.25%. it's a big move for germany and it's led in part by what's happening in deutsche bank with those shares down more than 3%. we're seeing pressure on the ibex and the cac down .8%. the ftse is down by .4%. i want to mention one name in particular here. and that's megette. it makes the charger for the batteries on boeing dreamliner 787. it is working with u.s. officials as that investigation continues, but it is one of their arizona-based subsidiaries. those shares are down about 0.3% today, but they are up since news of those incidents in japan grounded aircraft on january 7th. over here, sab miller, we'll get into this also in just a second, but those shares up 0.7.% after reporting that sales volume necessary china and across asia were weaker than a lot of analysts had expected. shares nevertheless moving higher. we wanted to show you swatch and richemont. talking about weakness in asia. now let's take a quick look at bond rates and focus on what's happening with the core and the periphery. the periphery is selling off again. italy, 4.32%. gilt, falling towards 2% toda
troops arrived in mali as the rebels began a counterattack. >> germany's of the makers look beyond europe to increase sales -- germany's auto makers look beyond europe to increase sales. >> will golden globe -- the golden globe event. austria leaves its mark on the industry. militant islamist fighters have launched a counter offensive in mali as forces moved closer to the capital. french air strikes on the northern strongholds have had little effect with the rebels seizing the central town of diabaly. >> france has poured hundreds of troops into the town. the leader has promised reprises attacks against leaders in mali, africa, and europe. >> france's and intervention in mali is raising questions -- france's sudden intervention in diabaly is raising questions. -- in mali is raising questions. >> how can we help our french neighbor and friend with logistical, political, humanitarian, or medical assistance? >> the french are trying to shore up mali's embattled armed forces, which have been in disarray since last year's coup. the rebels imposed sharia law and are suspected of links to the bo
the airline into bankruptcy. gold is on the move from new york city to germany. germany's central bank, bundesbank, will withdraw 300 tons of gold from the new york federal reserve. germany stored the gold there during the cold war to protect it, and it has stayed there - for no extra cost - as a backup currency in case of global financial crisis. now, bundesbank has a plan to move a majority of the gold back to germany by 2020. jack ewing of the international herald tribune says some believe the move is a sign of conflict between central banks. "there are some people that do believe that this is somehow connected to mistrust between the central banks, that the fed in washington has taken a lot of risk by buying from its quantitative easing. the bundesbank is much more conservative. there is this school of thought that says they are bringing the gold back to keep it safe." ewing says the gold is worth 183 billion u.s. dollars. bargain rates continue for mortgages while car loans are looking dirt cheap. greg mcbride of bankrate.com, who always has his fingers on the pulse of interest r
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